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Mangala Charn

Mantra:

Ad Guray Nameh, Jugad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Devay Nameh


Meaning:

This Kundalini Yoga mantra means "I bow to the primal Guru, I bow to wisdom through the ages, I bow to True Wisdom, I bow to the great, unseen wisdom."

The Mangala Charn mantra calls upon light to filter into your surrounding magnetic field to offer you protection. It helps to clear your clouded vision and remove obstacles in your path.

Many people use the Mangala Charn mantra everyday when getting into their car, before driving off. I felt it’s frequent use throughout my day brought clarity of mind to whatever task I was completing at the time. And hey, a little added protection on the road is definitely a plus

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